himself even though he started it. that's a value judgment, criticism of the stand your ground law in florida but it is the law. >> phil keating i outside the courthouse. both sides have worked hard to get to the point where the jurors would believe their version of event. most of the legal analysts with whom i have spoken and to whom i have listened, seem to believe the defense has done a better job with its story. >> incredibly effective on cross-examination over the previous nine days of testimony. going to what we were just talking about with florida's stand your ground law, which allows, and a prosecution witness, the former professor of zimmerman, who taught him about criminal litigation and criminal law, and specifically florida's self-defense law, on cross-examination, he said, just what the judge said. you can actually start the altercation, maybe you come in with a punch, but if the other person pulls out a knife or starts gaining the upper hand, you can still legally in florida, claim self-defense to justify deadly force, because you had a reasonable fear for your life.